Maps of Breckenridge

Welcome to Breckenridge! With beautiful views, a world-class ski resort, and over 80+ bars and restaurants, and local shops, you'll have plenty to do!  Breckenridge welcomes visitors with 300 days of sunshine, inspirational views and incredible opportunities to play in the mountains.  Explore our  hundreds of miles of trails to hike, bike and ride on, it can be hard to know where to go.  This Map of Breckenridge helps you pick the trail and gets you to the trailhead.

Transportation Maps & Directions

Welcome to Breckenridge! With beautiful views, a world-class ski resort, and over 80+ bars and restaurants, and local shops, you’ll have plenty to do!  Breckenridge welcomes visitors with 300 days of sunshine, inspirational views and incredible opportunities to play in the mountains.  Explore our  hundreds of miles of trails to hike, bike and ride on, it can be hard to know where to go.  This Map of Breckenridge helps you pick the trail and gets you to the trailhead.

 

Getting Around Town

Take a summer stroll along Main Street Breckenridge to check-out the shops, restaurants and bars that call this mountain town home.

Staying in Breckenridge is easy, as the majority of Breckenridge lodging properties are within walking distance of Main Street, spanning eight blocks. And with the BreckConnect Gondola, you can go from skiing and riding euphoria to après-ski bliss in a matter of minutes. The Town of Breckenridge is easy to explore on foot and bike so once you are here it’s easy to go carless.  Breckenridge also boasts a free bus service which serves most of town. For those looking to venture outside of town, the free Summit Stage transit system serves nearly all of the county, including service to Copper Mountain, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin during peak times of the year.  Other transportation options include taxi service, Uber, Lift and Zipcar.

Hiking & Biking Trail Map of Breckenridge

family hiking
Take in the views and enjoy the scenery on one of Breckenridge’s hiking trails.

The Breckenridge and Summit County Hiking and Biking Trail Map is the most up-to-date and thorough guide to the local roads and single track trails in and around Breckenridge and southern Summit County. A hardcopy of the map is available at the Breckenridge Welcome Center (203 S. Main St.) or at local retailers. Proceeds from the sale of the printed trail map go directly to trail building and open space maintenance efforts.

Trail Resources:

Coming to town soon?  Stop by and pick up a trail map from the Breckenridge Welcome Center.

Leave No Trace

Be sure to review and follow Leave No Trace principles before heading out and be prepared for your adventure by following our Winter Trail Use Guidelines.

Check the weather forecast and learn about common weather conditions in Breckenridge.  Don’t be afraid of a little snow! Our Guide to Layering will help you stay warm and dry during the days adventure.

If you’re looking for rec paths and other hiking/biking/snowshoeing/skinning trails around Breckenridge, check out Summit County’s extensive map of parks and trails. Also, don’t forget to read up on our guide to winter hiking trails in Breckenridge!

Trail Conditions

The front tires of Fat Bikes in the snow in Breckenridge.
Fat Biking is one of the most popular winter workouts in Breckenridge.

The Town of Breckenridge’s trail system is an important community asset. Please use these trails so that they are sustainable and enjoyable for other users, now and in the future.  Before you head out, look up trail conditions to determine what trails are ready to hike or ride.

View Winter Trail Conditions

Trail Muddy Meter

Breckenridge Ski Resort Trail Map

Aerial shot of Breckenridge
Breckenridge Ski Resort is one of the top ski destinations in Colorado.

With 5 peaks and 2,908 skiable acres to explore, you’ll want to plan out your day!  View Map

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